Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast – Hyannis – Simmons Homestead Inn
Cape Cod Bed & Breakfast
Simmons Homestead Inn
Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast – The Simmons Homestead Inn
is the only Bed & Breakfast Inn in Hyannis Port that truly reflects the spirit of old Cape Cod. It was built in 1800 by Lemuel Simmons, a somewhat famous old sea captain and was a private estate until 1988 when Bill took it over, renovated the main house and the barn into a great Cape Cod bed and breakfast inn, providing a warm, friendly, relaxing, and romantic atmosphere.
Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Rooms and Suites
There are 14 guest rooms at our centrally located, yet private Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast, with a two bedroom suites set up just for families. CLICK
on the Rooms & Prices button and see them all.
Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Special Extras
In the winter two bedrooms have working fireplaces and we keep one going in the common room during wine hour and when you come back and just want to sit and read by the fire. You get a full breakfast in the mornings and Wine Hour in the evening and fruits and stuff all day long. You can also wander over to the Annex and check out the Billiard Room (pool hall to you city folk) down stairs and shoot a game or two. The Toad Hall Classic Sports Car Collection
is part of the Inn and is the largest one on the East Coast and, as guests, you can go there FREE.
Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Area Attractions
Cape Cod is a great place to come in summer of course, but it has lots going for it year round, especially here in Hyannis Port in the dead center of the Cape on the Ocean side. The Simmons Homestead Inn
is the best of all worlds, and should be your favorite Cape Cod bed and breakfast inn! You are minutes from great beaches, restaurants, entertainment, ferryboats and most everything you want to enjoy.
Pet Friendly Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast
The Simmons Homestead Inn
is pet friendly, as Cape Cod is a great place to bring your dog. We are a dog-friendly inn, with all sorts of maps and handouts where you can take the pup to great beaches, ponds and walking trails that you can take them to – even in the Summer – and restaurants with outside seating that will allow dogs. If you are going out you can leave the dog in the room, like you would at home.
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